Stochastic modeling and simulation studies for the surface wave high frequency radars: problems and challenges
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CitationSEVGİ, L. (2003). Stochastic modeling and simulation studies for the surface wave high frequency radars: problems and challenges. Proceedings of the International Radar Conference, 2003, Volume, Issue, pp.602,607. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/RADAR.2003.1278810
Modeling and simulation strategies for the Surface Wave High Frequency Radars (SWHFR) are discussed in this tutorial paper. Their potential application areas are summarized, together with problems related to ground wave propagation, radar cross section (RCS) prediction, clutter elimination, noise and interference cancellation, etc. Challenges in SWHFR system design, antenna requirements, signal processing techniques as well as detection and tracking approaches are reviewed.
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